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Train 1mt from stations as follows A. G. TV. B. E. West. Burg IBacTia- WAR- Brace I vui. HiiL bunt. IMS. I VUiB. Ex Kz 2:32am -4:55Dm M'i;il:l"am 11:28am 11:50am 12: H pm: 12:55pm Ae AO "t 3Upm 7:4Dm ll:4ijiu :12:43pm l:5upm 2:45pm I S:3opra iasu - I ' 1 112:25om1 Ex Ex Ex AO A I I i 5:.v,pmj S:30pm Wm TrSOom ffcJToml fcliromi hMuara UkAsim (MTarai :2uaml 8:20am rt lH&pm,1245pnvllu0pmjil:10pm Tbe 8:82 a m train west, Mondays excepted. ine 4v p m train west, uauy. The 12: W p m, east. Saturdays excepted. THAO-Oit- m .t .lull,? The iia n m train MtL Sundays excepted. Trains eastward leave Leavittsburg ten minutes earlier than Warren; Westward, Uu minutes later. -Xahonlnr Division. West. Glrard 1 Klles WAB'ylLev'b'g Phal'x Noli EMI Ex Ft 5:10am ! 4:80pm 7:4Uami t-tfpm fcOOpm &limm 7:SSam ts.-lsam &S0 !:" East. frUvsm 8:Mam 8:00 - I fc5" lfc25 Ex KM (:85pm I 9:55am :22pmj fcOSpml 5:5pm! 5:33pm fe42am :2mi Vrltiara Ft 5:33pm 1 Stipm iSupm 2:25pm 2:00 The 5KK p m. west, and the :) a m, east. Oallv. Xlles and Sew Lisbon R.E. Time Table MAT 13. 1871. Traias Coi.r Seats. Mail leaves Nile, at uii m .rrivM at Lee ton la at 12 to p.nu. and at New Lisbon at 1:50 p.m. Express leaves Kites at 6:25 p.m arrives at Leetonia at 7:40, and rew ustion at rcsn. Trslss Uols Sorta. Express leaves New Lisbon at 6:45 a.m.. arriving ai weroui" . .m . n Klln.alT-R.nl. Mull leaves New Lisbon at 2HV p.m,LeetonU atia. and arrives at .Mies at u. Don't allow your boys to wear heavy woolen suits during the hot weather; bat bay for them a neat Lin en Suit: Prices, $2.50, $3.00, $3.25, $5.00, and $5.50. Straw Hats of every description. Men's Linen Drill Pants, extra sizes ; Men's Linen Dusters, ex tra sizes; Men's White Vests, extra sizes. A complete stock, and will be sold at cash prices. ADAMS A CO., Agts. The chronicle. WTDSESDAT. ArGCST 28,1371. LOCAL and PERSONAL. -Communication from "Nomad" too late tor publication this week. Oar compliments to Mrs. Charles Tilden, of Windham, for a beautiful boquet of dahlias. y Rev. H. L. Badger delivered his farewell sermon on Sabbath evening last, to a large audience. Rev. Thomas J. Tayler, of Sedalia, Missouri, wilt- preach at the Episcopal church, morning and evening, on Sun day, August 27. f r it. TT. Marion, of Newton, raised some fine peachblow potatoes ; three of them weigh foar and one-half pounds. No small potatoes those. At the Teachers' Institute, Prof. A. B. Johnston, of Cincinnati, is officiating in the place of Prof. Ogden, who is at ' tending the Medina County Institute. ',; We find upon our table a tastefully arranged boquet, in which "all the beau ties of nature do blend". The fair donor will pleaseaccept our thanks. Mr. H. J. Harsh, of Warren town ship, left at our office, yesterday, some very fine specimens of apples of the Shirwood Favorite and Jersey Sweet varieties. ; ; Rev. Eddy, familiarly known as " Father Eddy," the oldest preacher in the Erie M. E. Conference, will occupy the pulpit of the Methodist church of , this city, on Sabbath next .:: Dr. Ai'Ei Lyman, of this city, has gone east to attend are-union of the Ly man family, to be held at North Hamp ton, Mass. He will be absent from his office two or throe weeks. " A hearty Invitation is extended to our citizens, old and young, to attend the meeting on next Friday evening, at the ttii of the Good Templars. Come np and spend an hour pleasantly, in a social interchange of thought. . It will do thee good. ' , The Disciples of Trumbull and Ma ' honing counties, will hold their yearly meeting in- J. Hall's- grove, north of Hubbard, on the 25th, 2Gth, 27th and 23th of this month. Some very able minis ters of that denomination are expected to be present., ' . There is a law in this State making it a penal offence for any person to take any kind of timber, fruit or vegetables growing on the premises of another. Tbe juvenile idea that fruit is permiss able plunder is erroneous, and young America should govern himself accord ingly. - Mr. Benjamin Chesney, formerly or Warren, but for a number of years a resi dent of Lake county, has been re-nominated for Auditor by the Republicans of that county. .This will make tbe tenth election of Mr: -Chesney to this office, he having faithfully served the people of Lake county as Auditor, for over twen years, each time being nominated by acclamation. An audience numbering at least five hundred persons assembled at the M. E. church, on Sunday evening last, to lis- ten, to Rev. E. H. Tingling farewell sermon. The pulpit was tastefully dec orated with flowers and evergreens. Tbe feelings or tbe speaker were strik ingly expressed in the language of his text, found in fifteenth chapter and eleventh verse -of Galatians. The Sunday School of the Metbo ' dist church, of this city, held a pic-hic on the Fair Grounds, on Wednesday last. The weather was favorable, and of coarse the occasion was a pleasant one. From the huge manner in which the children enjoyed themselves, those good : friends who had the matter in charge, ' have every reason to believe that their efforts were a grand success. - The Pains ville Telegraph says: i Chief Engineer J. C. Charpless moved Ills corus vi x.uiuverB on mo raiiisviiie A Yonngatown Railroad to Chard on, on Monday of last week, where they com menced surveying and running lines from that point towards Youngs town. ; Large gangs of men are now pushing the work between Painesville and Char don. A call for two hundred more la borers is made."' , The Republican nominating conven tion for Mahoning county, met at Can field last Raturdav. and nominated the -following ofllcers : L. Clark, of Board man, ffy Representative; H. Mansfield of Canfield. for Auditor: W. J. Lauth- , rs of Younsstown, Prosecuting Attor ney; Ellas Murger of Jackson for Recor der; C Beck .of Springfield, for Com missioner, and James WOiiams of Ells worth, or Infirmary Director. . Although we never indulge in the. 1., t amnl-.nn n .t.Aw4n presume there are. many in this vicinity who are so unfortunate as to be able 'to, and this class may find themselves oc casionally in the goodly city of Detroit. To all such we would mildly sug gest that if you have any intention of "breaking off," don't be persuaded to take a neeo" at the temntinir stncJc of M' IV 71.1 H MUU aAULU 141 IMS; II II I nf 1 mr iru s-ssa- . tablishment of Mathews, Wilson & ..that this, and the genial smilts or Mr. Albert Wher, a member of the firm, formerly of Mahoning county, would badly shatter your good resolve. Killed by the Cars. On Thursday night last, the body of an unknown man was found lying upon the Jrack of the A. & O. W. R. E., near the depot at Leavitlsburg. Upon exami nation it was found that the deceased had been rnn over by the-cara, orushlng the chest and arms in a frightful manner, and had it not been for the abundance of thick clothing worn by the deceased, tbe head and shoulders would have been entirely severed from the body. When ound the body was cold and stiff, and had, apparently, lain there several hoars. The body was brought to this place on Friday, and placed in the engine house on Liberty St., where an inquest was held by Mayor Dawson, as Coroner, when the following facts were brought to light : Deceased arrived on train 29, from Sutton's Station, bound 'for Akron on an accommodation train that only went as far as Leavittsbnrg, and on arri ving at that place he was told by the conductor to change cars, and when last seen, was on the platform of the car, pre paratory to leaving it In reply to a tele gram to the agent at Sutton, no infor mation could be obtained other than he had purchased a ticket there and was un known; no writing or other evidence could be found to identify the body. The verdict of the Coroner's inquest, was, that deceased came to his death by being run over by a train on the A.4G. W. R- R., in some manner unknown to tbe jury. No information has yet been ob tained to identify the man. Me was or Irish decent, about forty years of age, fire feet seven or eight inches high, black hair and no whiskers. He had on a blue army blouse, woolen shirt, and striped pantaloons. On his person was found fifty dollars, some scrip and a ticket to Akron. How the accident was brought about is a mystery, as the man was seen late Thursday evening, sober, and apparent ly in his right mind, and the inquest re vealed nothing that would indicate that he was intoxicated. The remains were interred in the old cemetery on Saturday. Casualities. On Monday, of last week, an accident of a serious character, and which it was feared would prove fatal to one of the parties named Miss Lee, occurred at the covered bridge which crosses the west branch of the Mahoning river at Hoyle's Mills, in Newton township. Mr. Fuller, of Bracevillo, had drawn a load of milk to the cheese factory, a short distance from the mills, and having unloaded was preparing to drive away, when . his team became frightened and started at a fearful rate toward the covered bridge, which they reached just as Mr. Christo pher Lee, of Newton Falls, and his daughter, were crossing in a single buggy, and who were near the center of the bridge. As it was impossible for Mr. Lee to turn around, and not having iaie to back out, a collision followed which our informant states was frightful to behold. The team rushed in upon Mr. Lee at full speed. The tongue of the wagon struck Mr. L's horse in the breast, inflicting a horrible wound, ten or twelve inches in depth, throwing it backwards, when all three horses came down with a crash upon the buggy to tally demolishing it, and burying Mr. Lee and his daughter in the ruins. Some men who happened to be near by, were upon the bridge in a few minutes, and rescued the parties from their perilous condition. The wounded horse fell upon Mr. Lee and died in a few minutes. It seems almost miracilious that either parties could have escaped fatal inj uries ; but we are informed that not a bone was broken, and that Mr. Lee is fast recover ing from the shock and bruises he re ceived. At our latest report, it was feared that the daughter, who sustained serious internal injuries, would not re cover. Tbe horse was a fine animal, and valued at f250. Another accident happened on Tues day, of last week, which resulted in the death of Mr. Marcus Post, of Burg Hill. He was engaged in threshing, when he received a kick in the side from one of the horses, producing internal injuries. which caused his death on Thursday morning. He was a middle aged man , and leaves a wife and seven children to mourn his untimely death. Our County Fair. The time for holding our next Connty Fair is not far distant. Let our friends endeavor to make it one of unusual sue coss and attraction. The grounds will be improved and so arranged as to ena ble exhibitors to show to the best advan tage, articles they may place on exhibi tion. The regular Premium List has been issued from this office and widely circulated throughout the county. An exchange has the following pertinent re marks : "The success of fairs depends mainly on tbe people, and in view of this, we would urge exhibitors to make their arrangements accordingly. - Let them get their stock in good order, their grains cleaned, produce selected, ma chines scoured, fancy work finished, fruits canned with particular care, and flowers prepared, in short, all articles made ready which it is proposed to place on exmbition. Tbe season bas been bountiful and if we do not surpass all former exhibitions tbe fault is ours." A careful perusal of the premiums offered, as presented in the catalogue, will show what may be expected if we determine to make the Fair a success in every particular. "The coal Inspectors in Vienna." Editor Chbokiclk : In your issue of lost Wednesday, there is a communica tion over the signature of S., in regard to the inspection of the Vienna shaft by the Mining Commissioners, which I beg leave to notice. S. says, "The Commissioners were at the shaft, and it is supposed they made an examination ; but they did not take the testimony of, nor consult trith, nor make known their busi ness with Vie mine owner t or operators, but procured the services of a discharged miner, who is an avowed enemy of the Company," fcc; and he thinks that this was not a straightforward and honorable way, to say the least, of making an impartial inspection. I "introduced my colleagues to Mr. John Rosser, the manager, and, I be lieve, one of the operators of tbe bank, at the bottom of the shaft, and stated our business, to which he assented, and who showed us the mule stable. I ex pected Mr. Rorser to accompany us and show us round the mine ; but he did not propose going any further, so we went with the discharged miner, who volun teered bis services, and who could not, whether friend or enemy of the Com pany, make the mine look better or worse, and whom we fonnd to be a man of more than ordinary intelligence, and we all thought, quite fair minded, stat ing that he had been discharged. There were no other owners or operators of the mine-around, so far as I knew, or we certainly would have taken their tes timony. thore,: if they had so desired. The operators were generally notified that on the Saturday following, the Com missioners would be at the Tod" House, in Youngstown, to take testimony from them. If S. will send me bis name, and desires to give any testimony, or wishes to be consulted on the matter, the Com missioners will call upon him at any convenient time and place and hear him. The Commissioners will bo in the Mahoning Valley again in tbe course of three weeks, and in the meantime shall be glad to hear from any mine owner, operator, miner, or other person who de sires to be heard on this subject S. also says he does not know in what condition we found the mines, nor what kind of a report we propose making. Well, as regards the Vienna shaft, I will here state, for his particular satis faction, that the works and machinery of this shaft areof the first class order everything well and substantially con structed ; but there is but one outlet to the miDe, and there are neither safety catches nor covers on the cages, and the ventilation is very bad. In many of tbe working places a light could scarcely be maintained, and the sluggish a) rial cur rent was heavily charged with the car bonic add gas emitted from the lungs and skin of the workmen and mules, and the combustion of the miners' lamps. As to our report, we propose jo be guided by the facts of the case. The ommission is composed of one member who represents the operators, one mem ber who represents the general public, and One member who represents the miners ; and I believe all are, or try to be, actuated by a spirit of fairness to all concerned, and to tbe solemn obligations of their oaths. Andrew Roy. CHURCH HILL, Aug. 21, 1871. Teacher Institute. WARREN, August 21, 1871. Editor Chbojmce : The first week of our institute was a giand success The number in attendance was large. The instruction was entirely satisfactory to all. The interest and enthusiasm of the teachers present continued to in crease steadily all week. One great ob ject of interest and profit is the budget box. In this are found all kinds of in tricate and difficult questions, which occasion much discussion. Friday af ternoon the teachers visited the furnace and rolling mill, under the guidance of President Barney. While there. Prof. Carren, of Cincinnati, astonished all present by plnnging bis bare hand into the red hot metal, as it was flowing into the moulds. Below is a programme of our daily exercises : 8:30 a.m. to 8:45 Devotional Exercises 15 minutes. 9 Business and Singing 15 mln 9:35 Arithmetic 35 min. 9:45 Singing 10 min. 1K20 Language Lessons 85 min. 10:35 Reoees and Singing 15 mln. 11:10 Geography 35 min. 11:25 Voluntary Ex., Discussions, Jtc., 15 min. 12 m. Theory and Practice 35 min. 2 p.m. to 2:35 Grammar 35 min, 2:45 Singing 10 min. 3:20 Reading 35 min. S;35 Recess and Singing 15 min. 4:10 Theory and Practice 35 min. 4:25 Voluntary Ex., Discussion, dec, 15 min. 5 Spelling and Budget 30. Tuesday evening, August 15, Prof. Ogden said he would not lecture, but serve up a kind of hash. ' It was cer tainly a very pleasant dish, as all who were present testify. Wednesday evening Prof. Curren gave select readings. His selections were Darius Greene," by Trowbridge ; Get ting Under Way, by Mark Twain ; Our Guide in Genoa, by the same, and Hang' ing of Shamus O Brien. Many were convulsed with laughter. It is not cer tain that all have stopped laughing yet His efforts proved him' an elocutionist of the first class. Thursday evening Gen. Garfield lec tured on the Relation of Government to Publie Schools. The speaker began by stating that there are different laws for public schools in the different Stalest Rhode Island and Delaware taking the extreme positions. The laws of the for mer State not only provide for public schools, but they also say that all va grant children those without parents or guardians shall attend a specified time. The laws of Delaware say that i a majority of the citizens of cities, towns or villages so vote, a tax may be levied for school purposes. In many places a majority do not so vote, and the result is that they have no public schools. He then said that there is now a bill on the table of the House of Representatives which proposes to give the government at Washington control of the schools in certain cases. When, in the judgment of the President, any State has not an efficient school system, this bill proposes that the government shall assess a tax of fifty cents per head on all the inhabit ants for school purposes, and shall or ganize public schools. Although he unwilling to oppose any great educa tional measure, he strongly objected to this bill. It .gives all power into "the hands of the government at Washing ton. Everything must be dictated from that plaoe, and hence would be another source of corruption. He then stated that a few years since the English and French governments sent commission ers to examine our school system. The report was very flattering to our schools. They further said that their govern ments must relinquish their hold upon the common schools ana give them into the charge of the local authorities. This bill now in Congress proposes to take them from the towns and villages and and place them under the control of the government In other Words, he thinks the bill is not democratic The speaker then mentioned s few facta that he had just learned from the office of the Coast Survey, at Washington. The first is that the center of the territory of the United States, exclusive of Alaska, is two hundred miles west of St Joseph, in Kansas. Second, if all the popula tion of the United States were placed on a large plane, the point upoa which this plane would revolve, would be in Wil mington, Clinton county, Ohio. Third, a liae parallel with the Atlantic ooast, drawn through this point, would extend from tbe northwest corner of Penn sylvania to Pensaoola, Florida, passing through the corner of Sonthlngton, and through Bracevillo near Phalanx sta tion. Consequently the city of Warren being east of that line, is, to use Yankee parlance, " down east" Friday evening President Hinsdale, of Hiram, lectured. Subject The New Man of the Old World. This man is the German. The reasons he gave for the suocesa of the Germans, both in the con test of 1866 and the recent one, were his excellent education and splendid dis cipline. He quoted as authority M. Renan, who said In respect to the strug gle of 1866, that it was the seminaries of Prussia that won her battles. Next Friday afternoon the Institute has set apart for the school officers of tbe county. This is done in accordance with a resolution passed last year. We hope we may see many directors pres present J. C. Basket, J. A. Ewalt, Sec"y. . Pres't Death of Mortem Examination. Samuel Mountain died in Hartford. August 15. 1871. of an internal tumor, which had produced failine health, for a long time. He was a consistent member of tbe -Baptist Church, at Orangeville, and bore his sickness and distress with Christian patience and resignation to the Divine will, to the last He leaves a wife and numerous friends to mourn his loss. On post mortem examination. August 18, we find a tumorof scirrhous, cancerous nature, just over the large artery close to the stomach, firmly adhered to the spine, and a rupture in the artery, which Died internally, tliat caused bis death. The case has been .incurable for a long ume. dr. u. vy. cuassiu. DR. D. 11. ABTHEBEOI.T. Dr. J. G. Ibwin. Burglaries. On last Saturday night the room occu pied by H. Waldeck, was entered by burglar and about fiftoen dollars taken from the money drawer. Also a box containing fifteen hundred coppers, and a beaver overcoat The room was enter ed by means of a side window ; a pane of glass was broken and the fastening opened. On the same night two kegs of beer were taken from an ice house on Canal street, and a third barrel opened. Question, to our legal friends: If we chanced to meet a person upon our streets, or elsewhere, drunk, would it be prima facie evidence that they stolo the beer? Base Ball. Last Saturday afternoon the Trum bull base ball club of this city played a match game with the Baconsburg club. upon the letter's crounds. The weathor was fine, and everything was favorable for a good game. The score stood: Baooksbukg. Tliatclier Coats Hadsell B. S 5 J 2 S 3 4 1 0 TatntBULi B 5 8 S 7 7 7 7 6$ Kniuhl. p Case, 3d b Hunt, a. s. 5 Kussler, L I 2 Tayler, c 2 Cranaee, 1st D...2 Hsll,2d b 3 Fullam c. f....4 Chadwlck, r. f...2 Christy Caldwell 2 Kellogg. Nelson 1 Fobes 4 Hathaway 5 Total Iirxrcos. Baconsburg 24 2 S a l l ( Total 4 S 0 2 9 t 13 27 8 1 10 9 0-24 i rum Dull, Plies MTipfct RaconRbureh. Hath wny 3 . Trumbull Knight, 1; Tuyler4; Cranage 1, Case 1. Total 7. The Phbbnolooicai, JocRXAt, is al ways interesting, but the September number, just received, is particularly so. In proofread the following suggestive titles from the table of contents: Hon. John A. Bingham, M. C; Under the Sur face, or Universal Law ; Miss Burdett Coutts, the lady philanthropist ; E. H. Rulloff, the philological murder; Life in a head only, a romarkable case of para lysis; Human Locomotion, or How we Stand, Walk, or Run; Have Children no Rights T A Now Social Proposition. Price, SO cents. $3 a year. Address. S. R. Wells, Publisher, 389 Broadway, New York. To and Kansas, and the B. & M. R. R. Lands. The "Burlington Route," so called, lies light In the path of the Star of Empire. It runs almost Immediately in the center of the great westward movement of emigra tion. Crossing Illinois and Iowa, It strikes the Missouri river at three points. These three points are the gateways into three great sections of the trans-Missouri eglon. The Northern gate Is Omaha, where the great PaAdc road will take you to the land of gold and grapes, sunny mountains, and perpetual summer. The middle gate Is Plattsmouth. which opens upon tbe sooth half of Nebraska, south of the Platte river, a region unsur passed on the continent for agriculture and grazing. Just here are the B. A M. Railroad lands, concerning which Geo. S. Harris, the land officer at Barlinston, Iowa, can give you all information, and In the heart of them is Lincoln, the State Capital and present terminus of the road. The Southern gate leads to Kansas, by connections with the 8L Joe Road at Ham burg, running direct to St Joe and Kansas City. The trains of the Burlineton run smooth- iv Afolv and make all connections. It runs tbe best coaches, Pullman Palace and Pullman dining cars, and should yon take the Journey for the Journey's sake alone you willoe repaid; or take it to find a home or a farm, and yon cannot And either better than among me a. x ai. isuuh, wutm yuu ean buy on ten years' credit, ana at a low price. Money to Loan. From $7,000 to $8,000 to loan on enod real estate seenn ty. enquire at wis ouice. Aug. 16-31 Kew SfTles Black ana Shell Jewelry JuBt recelved at ?2,40 For salt by tbe barrel or wagon load, at 8. R. CHRYST 4 CO S. Pare Catawba Wine, Kative production, at H. WALDECK'S. Ice Cold Lemonade, The best In the City, at McCONN ELL'S. Ice Cold Lemonade, The best In the City, at McCONNELL'3. Base Balls and a Bat, Steel traps for a rat. Fine guns for the Boys, Small Guns, that are Toys. Carpet Sweeps, for the Ladies, And Swings for tbe Baby's, SewlDg Machines, that are very neat. And we are sure they can't be beat. Certain to suit the various minds. For we have all the different kinds. At Tyler's, No. 3, Main SU. Warrec, Ohio. Aug. 9, 1371-tf. No. 3, Main Street, Is the place where you can find all kinds 01 isewmg ana unuuug aiacuiues. Another Ilevolotion. Another round of fashion's wheel, brings Turbans to the the view. With Florentine and Berlin, and dainty Or leans too. Tbe Lily and the Artless, the Gypsey and the Rrlde. On the tide of public favor, are sailing side by side. And In this same connection we beg leave to explain We are receiving new goods. In nearly eveiy train. E. POTTER 4 CO, Security and Indemnity. 114 K 91K.aO are the assets of the Fire In surance Companies represented"by Whittle sey Adams, Agent, i eariy liieen aiuiioii Dollars. Especial Attention Is called to the Hydraulic Cement sold by CAMP. RANDALL 4 CO. New Crop Timothy Seed. 2.1 ban crime new seed Jnst received, at lowest rates, Hapgood 4 Stratton. Tyler's- Gnu Store And Sewing Machine Rooms is the place to buy what you want. Three Tears Old. Best In town, that pure apple Vinegar, at Hapgood 4 stratton s. See Advertisement Of Cleveland Chemical Paint Co., on this page. m Pleasant Dreams ! On those Woven Wirt.MaUrttteM. the best spring bed ever Invented. Call and get one on trial. TRUESDELL 4 TO WNSEND. We Have The largest assortment of Fruit Jars In town, and can't be undersold. Hapgood 4 Stratton. Very Nice! Parlor and Chamber Raits. Bedsteads, YJ .. IT.KIu 1 .... - - Whal.nnl. Uam- tariea. Chairs, Picture Frames, 4t., at 1 L. L u r.iij x low r r u o. It Pays To ao to Tyler's. No. t Main SU. If yon want a Sewing Machine. Mr. F. Kones Will give Piano lessons at Dana's Mnstcal Institute, during vacation, at the verv low price of $10 for 24 lessons, or at tbe house of pupil loraio. lJUlyo Clothes Wringers Reoalred and for sale at Trier's. No. 3 Main Street Bonnets and Hats. At reduced prices at GUNLE FINGER 4 BRO'S. Dress Goods At cost for the next 30 days, at GUNLEFLNUEU 4 BRO S. Shawls A closing out prices, at Gti'NLEFINGER 4 BRO'S. For Hoop Skirts, Corsets. Ac, go to the factory King's new block. Main SU, Warren, Ohio. Millinery Goods Of all descriptions at verv low nrlcesi in order to close them out. at G UNLEF1NGER 4 BRO'S. Parasols At hair price, at GL'NLEFINGER 4 BRO S. Fresh Confectionary. Fresh, and nice, at MeCONN ELL'S. One price in plain Ilgnres at King's Jewelry More, aiain si. Aug. 16,-4 1. New Sljles Black and Shell Jewelry Juot received at VAUTROT AUK LEV. Important to the Afflicted. We draim in call the attention of the read em of the vkronicle and all who may be allllcted with any complaint ordlseaRe, from wlintever cause, to Dr. Griffith, of i'ltts burRh, Pa., an eminent English Physician or high standing In the treatment of nil the diseases that ties a is heir to, vis : Tlfe Eye and Ear, cancer. Catarrh, Rhenmatism, lij-sptpsla, Palpitation of the Heart, Chills, lever and Ague. Scurvy. Sycosis Contagio sus or Barbers' Itch, Scrofula, Pimples and Blotches of the Skin, Fistula; Blind, Itch lust or Bleeding Piles, Tumors, Dropsy, and all diseases of the Lungs, Heart, Liver, Kid neys and Urinary Organs, from whatever Special attention paid to all diseases of women and children. The Doc-tor's creden tials are tirst class sud he is considered one of the most skillful Physicians that ever crossed the Atlantic ah we ass is a iriau t'urs ffuaranteed or no pay, He furnlsb- m lii au n remedies, wlllc 1 11 HIR1I W dl IHlll- i nnrciv vegetable. ea-Cousultatlon Free. The doctor can be found at the following places, every week: YouDBStown, American House, Saturday andsuuday. . ... Warren, National House. Monday. Niles. American House. Tuec-lay. Mineral Kidge, American House, Wednes- lirookfleld center, Brookfleld Hotel.Thnrs day morning. Coalbnrgli, Thomas Thomas', Thursday afternoon. Hubbard. Cook House, Friday morning. Church Hill, Union House, Friday after noon. Ymae y doctor yn galln slarad yr omerseg ynel phurdeb. aug. 16, 8-t. Thosr who buff" from nervous Irrita tions. Itching uneasiness, and the discom fort that follows from an enfeebled and dis ordered state of the system, should take ATKB'S SAUSlPi RILL, and elsnne the blood Purge out the lurklngdlstemperthatnnder mtnes the health, and the constitutional vigor will return. s For Cisterns, Nnthinir ever discovered eaual to the Hydraulic Cement sold by Xew Styles Black and Shell Jewelry Just received at VAUTROT 4 ACKLEY. N. T. Sugar A Molasses, at S. R. Chryst & Co's No. 13 Central 'Slock, Market SU For fine Teas and Coffees (in t S R. Chrvst & Ca'i Best Y. H. Tea. Jl,5tl, good $1,25, lair 1.0D, lower grade 9uc . . Spring Caught White Fish By the pound, kit or half barrel, at HE, CHRYST A CO'3. jsViy yonr Groceries And Provillon atS. K. Chryst 4 Co s. cheap family supplv store, No. 13 Central Block. Market SL. Warren, Ohio. Fxtra Fine Cigars And choice brands of Tobacco, at S. .B. Chryst 4 Co s. s i No Charge Tot "Ire Water" at S. R. Chryst 4 Co's." June 14, 1871. Fresh " Pine Apples, Ornntres. Lemons and Figs, at McCONSELL'S, Main street. Soda Water. The best In this city. McCOXXELL'S. Gold Frames. We mentioned recently that Mr. A. S. Robbins. of Cleveland. keDt the most Rolen did pier looking glasses In the city, lie al so manufactures all kinds of large and small sauare and oval eold frames, and keeps the best workmen In the city. Also keeDs the most stvllsh window cornices, in walnut, gilt and gold, at extraordinary low prices. Trumbull County people should see bis stock before purchasing elsewhere. Tarletj is the Spice of Life. Somebody said that a good while ago, and it is still true. This leads us to ask. Have you seen them t Have yoa been there t Of course you have read about them and heard about them, and are bound to see them. Now, to give yon the plain truth, not roofed with blarney, we say if you pant for distinc tion, tbe olare to inrrjf your greenbacks is at liirBhrield's Buffalo Clothing House, one uoor souin of me i rumouii r.auonaiiiiiK, on Main street. There is where the great variety exhibition comes olf daily A. I. Frank. Manaear. The crowds that (to In there and come out with huge bundles under their arms, ana looking so pieasea ana hsptv. Is a sien that the people are well tutted and get the worth of their money. see big auvemsemem lor particulars. New Lace Gaiters at McLAIN'S. Side Lace Gaiters at McLAIN'S. I Fresh Oranges, Lemons, and Dates, at Riley's. (aug. 2-2U We Make the Best Ice Cream In the city. At McCONNELL'S. That Paint. We wonld say to those who have been waiting to see whether that paint looks as well on the building as the sample colors we show at our store, that several houses in this city have been painted with the Cleveland Chemical Paint, and it bas given complete satisfaction. In fact, in some instances, looks belter man the sample colors, we can rec ommend this paint as good. We are tpecial agent for this section. Including Youngs town ana w estern .rennsyivaaia. HOYT 4 SPEAR. No.6MalnStreeU Rare Chance To obtain a building or out lot. The sub scriber otters for sale twenty-flve acres of land laying between Broadway an J At a Ho ning Avenue south of Quinby's addition to warren, w in sen me aoove m one to nve acre lots to suit purchasers. w arren, r en. lo, ibi, o. r . un-ivr. i . Wabbex, Ohio, May 5, 187L The Civil War Has commenced, competition now rages among the Milliners of Warren. Cremorne the general in command, also rtnsson, uow ta. Naiad. Sailor. Artless. Bride. Amazon, Llllie and lone, together with other minor onicers-mav be seen at any lime nv caiiiDg at their headquarters, at Mrs. C. W. MES- SF.K'S, Market SU, W an en, Ohio. juayiv. iai. Hovt & Spear Are scents for Cleveland Chemical Paint. for this section. Write them for sample colors, prices, c aui i crr.Ait, r.o. d Aiain au .a Parties Snnnlied With Ice Cream of any flavor, on short notice, at MccuaELLa. Wabbtc. Ohio. May 5. 1S71. Ladies Can be furnished with Hoot) Skirts. Pan ier's Glove Fitting French and Common Cor sets, real and imitation Laces, Hair Nets, Braids. Mohair Curls also Nllsson Curls of real hair, by calling on Mrs. C W. MES- bfcit, 3iarseirji., w arren, uniou may iu, ia, i Home Made Bread, Biscuits, Buns, Pies, Cakes, fresh every morning, at McCON N ELL'S. Ice eream. - Ice Cream of all flavors, at McCONNELL'S. Carolina Bice ! One thousand pounds for sale at Hoyt's Drug btore, r. o. 6 .uatu street, 9 The Best Paint Brashes Ever brought to Warren. Fall stock at HOYT'S DRUG STORE. NiSMaln Street Accidents ! Insnre aealnst accidents in the Accident Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn. Cash Assets one miiiton dollar. Apply to WHITTLESEY ADAMS. AuenU Warren. Ohio. tocu 1 -II. New Orleans Sugar! Anv anantitv from one nound to a hoes- neau lor sale oy uuils tirr-Atw Boston Crackers ! The Pennine Boston Cracker. Graham. Cream, Plc-Nic, Wine, Champion and Peer less Biscuit, direct from Boston, at Ice Cream Of all flavors at the City Bakery. H. WALDECK. Fine Lot Of nice Sllppers.new styles at McLaln's. Cheap Slippers McLAIN'S. Home-Made Hobnail Shoes at McLAIN'S. Goods Sold Cheap at McLAIN'S. Live and Let Live, at McLAIN'S. Ice Cream At H. Waldeck's. reek's Block, cast side MalnSU Ice Cream Saloon Neatly fixed np. 2d floor, at Waldeck's. MalnSU English Pickles, . Cros.e Blnckwell's Chow Oiow, Plocs- 111 It. Mixed pickles. Celery Sauce, and all kinds of Canned Fruits. t , WATER! WATER! PURE COLD WATER. HAPGOOD & STRATTON Have that White Keg In good running order In front part of the MARKET STREET DRUG STORE t Where can be found through summerof 1671, Pure Ice Cold Water. Fore Drugs ! Pare Fresh Drags always on band at Mar ket St. Drug Store. HAPGOOD 4 STATRTONfJ. 10 Chests Of that best Ten Just received. HAPUOOD 4 STRATTON. Fruit Jars ! Fruit Jars. HAPGOOD 4 STRATTON We Keep the Best Tea That can be bonght. HAPGOOi? 4 8TRATTOS Largest Lot Of Fruit Jars In town. HAPGOOD 4 STRATTON. Sealing Wax ! Sealing Wax. Hapgood 4 Stratton. Eugcin Hair Restorer, Only to be found at Hapgood 4 Stratum's, Tea! Tea!! Tea!!! Ve are Headquarters for best Tea. HAPUOOD 4 8T KATTON. RED BBL. IN FRONT of STORE. 111). GEO. P. IIUiMER, Agt. era -i o p o p (- I ' I ' ta w O c- in u p CO ! o 0 H 10 o l-l p err O 1 ts P e o p p e P P la a o o O - p t-i. o p S P x a o s a o I H K D CD 05 CO CO 05 CO CO CO 03 O or to CD O 3 o. P. O -83- co b 05 CO ot P 5 p CO oi CI w g CO CO H f a to a CO rf tf Ol b to to o o CO1 5 CO a CO CT O CO Tbe largest, richest, oldest and most relia ble companies In America, and the cheapest and best insurance offered. Contracts made and policies written , by GEO. P. HUNTER, Martct St., Warren, 0. MayS. 1871-tf Houss and Land for Sale. 3 HE subscriber -ofTeni for sale his house and neve a acres of land situate la LtvltLsbunr. three miles went of Warren. Good comfortable Hocme, new Barn, good orchard and other fine fruits growing. Will be sold on reasonable term, inquire at ine unronicie omce or 01 toe guDscriueron the premises. J AS. T. TxtACY, 1NOV. dU, i&iU-U. FIEJXiD THE CLOTHIER. IS NOW RECEIVING Spring Style SUITINGS ! Spring Styles COATINGS, Spring Style Q ASSIZERS. Spring Style HELTONS, Spring Style DIAGONALS, Spring Style PrTPTTIflTS string style, of Everything New, SPRING STYLES OF Ready Made Clothing. SpringStyleofgJLJj HATS, SprlngStyloofgrjjpp gATS, Sprlns Style, of gQprjl jrrpg . Spring Style of NEQK rpjjjg Spring Style of QWS. PRICES ALWAYS DOWN TO THE TIMES. CALL ON - C. 8. FIELD, the Clothier. Mar. 8. 1871. Main SU. Warren. Ohio. J 7 VERY DESCRIPTION of Job 2i Printing plain. In colors, or brooaa, at west living rates, at the V.U ts.1- lux ut iua THE MARKET REPORTS. Ornca Wssrotw Hptivi cnaniri.a.1 Wiuu-i Omo,Augut a, lifiL I BEANS ?,00 par bnsheL FLOUR Stt.uo to 18.00 HAY-aiUa.112. OATS 40O, CORN Ear S5c ; Shelled 2o. DRIED APPLES-5 to 6c. BUTTER Fresh Boll 15 to 18c TALLOW 7 to 8a CHEESE Factory to. EGG-12o. LA KD Country rendered, 10 to 12)0. POTATOES 4oc WOOL v42c FLAX SEED 1.75. HIDES Green. 6mmc; calf skins 10013c pelts 50.475c WOOD Stove length, 12,002,50 per cord, do Three-feet, U,OUi5o per cord. WARREN RETAIL MARKET. rsa babkzu I) xisCKiXAirBotra. Flour white Wht.8.06 SyTnp.extra75t.i 1,00 ao Aiu D. wit v.i cider v inegars do Spr'g WW't S.0UI Carbon OLL . 35 Buckwheat flour per Lard Oil. L201.45 sack . . 601 Linseed Oil LOO While Lime Boiled Oil xjlL 1u6 Salt . ,.,7.501 Shorts cwt L10 mrovini. Corn Meal, bolted Butter perft 11 eT-; -.-3,00 Beef, Dried. 22 'Corn Meal, unbolt. Hams Sng. Cured17j I d cwl ; 1.75 do Country doW Timothy Seed 4,00 Sides do do ii Red Top 2,00 Sugar. Brown lutol21 Clover seed 6,00 Sullar; CoffeelT Oil Meal cwt 2.00 Suicar. Crushed ItS hlte Lead S,iO G.B.Cod Fish t" potatoes ons. Wl.it. iri.h ft reacnuiows do. Mackerel lu, Peaches, peal'd y fcJS Lard" Ttl!Prnnes.'Turklsb. r..jii. T.ii.. iSiMolasses Kal.. ao ftearine v do Star. Cleveland Wholesale Markets. MONDAY, Aug. 22, 1871. Flour Market firmer, but nnchans ed, and demand moderate. We quote as ioiiows: City-made XXX white V 257 60 aa amber so 7(a,7 uu; -vv rea no to 2o6 50; X red No 2 $6 00Q8 25. Kve r lour lo,- Mill Feed There la a steady de mand and light supplv, and the market is firm at $20 for Shorts, $22 tor Coarse Middlings, 25 for Second Fine, 30 for fine. Wheat Market active at an advance of23a Sales were: 12,000 bu and 2 cars No. 1 red from store on spot at $1,26 3,000 hn do $1,27 ; 1,000 bn do, seller September, at $1.28; 3.000 ba No. 2 red from store on spot at $1222; 1000 bn do at $12221 ; 6 cars do at f 1223 the market closing strong. CoRX Without movement and nora Inally unchanged ; high mixed held at 57c from store; low do doc Oats More active and lower : sale car new No. 1 at 35c from store ; 9 cars do at 36c; 10,000 ba, seller September, at 35i& Rtb Without movement ; No. 2 held at doc from store. Babley There is nothing doing and me market is nominal. Smoked Meats The demand is active for city-cured, and the market to-day was unchanged. We a note: Hams lie Shoulders Sic ; Bacon 10 Jc; Dried Beef laic country cured Meats are dull and nominal. Bebp Steady and domand moderate. .Extra Mess sia. Butter The market continues very qniet and is quotably unchanged. Prime strickiy cnoioe western rteserve is(20c; grades below choice range at 10( il5c Ciieesb The market is extremely quiet, and is unchanged. Prime ft estern Reserve factory quoted at (a,ia in Job bins lots: Viccvio in a small way. Eoos The market is quiet; fresh steady at 13 14c in barrels and baskets old 10al2c Oils Linseed steady and qniet at 85a oTc for Raw, and 9uaU2c for Boned Keeds In moderate demand. Timo thy $3,00a3,25 ; Clover $o,00; Flaxseed $1.70. Potatoes in troati dodd v and moder ate demand. Prime Peach blow 9 selling at soaooc per bn from Btore, Osions In fair supply and moderate demand at r2,ao(i,2,75 per barrel. .beaks Tne market is quiet: field at $2,0Oa2225 for choice hand picked ; com mon to medium ll.ooai.so. Viseoar pure Cider Vinegar in good aemana and nrm at laaoc, packages in eluded. Hops Stead v and milet at 1012le for new l org state ana western Feathers Demand fair and market steady at 50fi,95c, according to quality. w hite lime in our demand at ci.au V carrel. water limb Demand good and market unchanged and steady. Oswego and Akron $1.7oaL75. Louisville Cement 12.00. Plaster Land Plaster in good de mand and selling at a range of 4W.5oa9.50 per ton ; Calcined Plaster ranges at $2.50 aj.oo per Darrex. salt Market firmer at Z2.15 per bar rel for i ine ; 82,2a lor coarse. leader. CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET. Beep Cattle The extreme range of price, was 2,wmo,124, though the bulk of tbe business was transacted within the range of $3,50a5,50. The market closed easy at the prices given below, CT-OSIUQ PRICES. Extra Graded steers, averag ing 1.4O0 ns. and upward lo.8uro,02bj Choice .Beeves t me, iat, weu- formea a to a-year old steers, and averaging 12200(41.300 lbs 5.30(35.60 uooa rJeeves weu-iattea. finely-formed steers.aversg- intr 1,100(41,250 lbs, 4.75(25220 f air urades t air steers, in fair flesh, averaging 1.060M 1.200 Jbs 4.25(34.50 Medium uiass-Aieainm steers and good cows for city slaughter, averaging 800(d) 1.100 lbs 8.50(34.50 otocK cattle com mon cattle in decent flesh, averaging 700(31.050 lbs. 8225(34.25 Inferior Light and thin cows ana steers...- izofcjia Hons. The extreme range of prices was 84.00a4.8O. though few sold below $4,20. and bnt two or three ear-loads above 84,70. About all sold, and the market dosed steady at 4,(Xm4,4o tor common to choice heavy, and f 4,40a4,75 lor common to onotoengnu Sheep The ioaniry was chiefly on local account, and sales were effected at 83,00ao,00 for common to thin lots to choice fat mntton sheep. The market closed firm. 10. By Telegraph CHICAGO, Aug. 22. IIoos-Opened steady by closed at M,2o(ij,4,bo. Cattle yuiet at f3,57i 85,25. New York Live stock Market. NEW YORK, Aug. 22. Beeves With a total of 9,300 cattle, or the largest since last October, tbe mar ket is quicker than on Friday but fully 4e lower than on last Monday. For to day we have 147 cars at Commnnlpaw and 89 each at 100th street and Weehaw- ken, or 5,350 head. Texans sold at 74(3 9c, with 600 in the yards ; a few droves are unsold, best cattle reached 13c t verv fair are selling at Ho, with lOio as tbe average ; 4 cars Virginia steers of 64 cwt brought 10c 2 cars still fed Texans of 4i cwt 880 each, 7 cars Kentucky 81 cwt 11M12C, and a cars good Ohio 74 cwt 11 (3 Hie Prioie cattle are not plenty and suffer iess decline. Very few exceed 12c, while the poorest declined Jo from tnis day week. Shbep aho Lambs Arrivals 29,000 ror me week ana ,iou to-day. Tbe mar- ket is active at unchanged rates for sneep, ana je advance on lambs from a week ago. Prime lots sell at 8o, as a car 83 lbs Canada at 8c. a deck 65 Bs state at 6c, a car 84 lbs Pennsylvania at 7c, and some culls at e jo, a car 84 Rs Ohio sheen at 64, a oar 80 &s coarse Indiana at So, ana soma w ms unio at oc Hoos 18.500 for the week and 58 oars to-day. Tbe market is firm at 64(35jc tor aiiva ana otaso as wiue extremes for dressed ; pigs scarce and wanted. Pittsburgh Live Stock Market. SATURDAY, Aug. 19, 1871. Cattle. The arrivals for this week have been the heaviest of the season. The bulk of the sales were made at rjri- ces from 4i to bi. The following are me rate ; extra i.uu to i,ouu steers, So oO good to Jprime, 1,100 to 1,200, 85 Outo 5 25 ; bulls, stags and oows, SoO to 1, SCO, 82 50 to 4 00 1 stock steers, 800 tol.OOgihs, 83 50 to 84. 00. Hogs. The arrivals continues light Prices are firm for the different grades aa follows: Extra Philadelphia 85 35 ; good to prime, Philadelphia, 225 to 250tbs $oa5 25; good to prime, Xew York, 180 to 2201b 84 25a500. ISheep. Quotationa, which are merely nominal, are as follows: Extra, 100 to to llOlbs, 85 25a 5 35: good to prime, 85 to 90 !l8, 84 75a5 00; decent to fair, 75 to 80fbs, 8400a4 60; mean to common, 70 to 75 Bs, 83 25 a S 50 : foot rot and scalawags, by the head, 11 00 ; lambs, 85at3c. Commercial. Batter and Cheese Market. New YottH,A.oa. 22 Butter quiet. Western 10a20c ; State '15a30. Cheese Dull at6aI4ic CiBciswATi, Aug. 21 Butter steady. Cheese Quiet and weak at 9a94, for fac tory. - CAMP, RANDALL & CO. Retail Price Current. Corrected Weekly. Wabbkw, Ohio, August, 22, 1S7L huylku. Wheat, White $1,20(31.40 do No. 1 Red 1 do No. 2 do , 1.10 Rye. No. 1 "0 70 00 65- 35 ao 2... Corn, shelled, No. 1 ao ao ao.. '", BKI.U-0. I D. W. Camp's Snow Flake, Ky. I Whlterper barrel. , ,, I 8,00 rrar muis XX White Michigan do 7,50 Western Reserve Mills, pure Amb'r do 7,00 superior Alius XXX Red do Aiianuo ao xx do do 6.U0 Florence do XX Spring do 6,50 5.50 6,50 5.60 1.7.4 2,00 1,75 15 l.tU 1,75 1.50 1,U0 a,uo 75 40 40 3,40 4.U0 1.50 2.75 do tominon ao r loor do nr nyo r iuar , Corn Meal, per hoed red do do boltd do., Chop Feed, 0. 4 (J. par do. Barley pare do T.... do do Common d Midllngi (line) h do (coarse) h- Oil Meal Corn, per bushel old shelled- Salt, Saginaw per bbu. do York State, do do F. V. D. do White Lime per bbl Louisville CemeoU Water Cement do - 323 The above pilcea wfll be subject to fluctua tions with other markets, always aiming to pay the highest price for grain, and sell as cneap as the eheapesU Remember the place, next door to McLain's Rhoe btore, in room formerly occupied by Trumbull taU Bank. All our goods warranted aa represented. Coma and see us. A liberal deduction al lowed to parties that buy large quantities. 7-30 GOLD LOAN OP TT? Northern Pacific Railroad. BIFID PROGRESS OF THE 1T0BC The bnildiag of tbe Northern Pacific Rail road, (begun July last). Is being pnshed for ward with great energy from both extremi ties of the line. Several thousand men are employed in Minnesota and on the paclde coasu Tbe grade is nearly com pie wd mt miles westward from Lake Superior; trains are running over ISO miles of finished road, and track-laying Is rapidly progressing to ward the eastern border of Dakota. Inclu ding its purchase of the SU Paul A Pacific Road, the Northern Paclflc Company now has41S miles of completed road, and by Sep tember next this will be In creased to at least 6eo A'GOOD IXTESTIE3T. Jay Cook 4 Co. are now selling, and unhesitatingly recom mending, as a Profitable ana perfectly Safe InveetmenU tbe First Mortgage Land Grant Gold Bonds of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company. They have ae years to run, bear Seven and Three-Tenths per cenU gold in terest (more than 8 per cenU currency) and are secured by first and only mortgage on the KXTiaa road and its equipments, and also, as fast as the rood is completed, on 23.000 K BKS OF LAND to every mile of track, or 600 Acres for each tl,0O Bond. Thsy are exempt from C. S. Tax; Principal and Interest are payable In Gold ; Denomina tions: Coupons, liJ to 1,000; Registered, 4100 to $10,000. LAShS rOK BOXDS. Northern Pacific 7-S0"s are at all time, receivable at m pea cist, above pab. In exchange for the Company's Lands, at their lowest cash price. This renders them practically istxiiest bkab- ISO LAOT WARRANTS. bl.Nkl.se H.l. The proceeds of all sales of Lands are required to be devoted to the re-purchase and cancellation of the First Mortgage Bonus of tbe Company. The Land Grant of the Road exceeds Fifty Mil lion Acres. This Immense Sinking Fund will undoubtedly cancel the principal of the Company's bonded debt before it falls due. With their ample security and high rate of interesU there Is no investment, accessible to the people, which Is more profitable or "'aXCHAXGIvo C. 8. FITE-TWTJTrES. The success of the New Government 5 per eenU Loan will compell the early surrender of United States i per cents. Many holders of Five-Twenties are now exchanging them for Northern Paclflc Seven-Thirties, thus realising a handsome prohU and greatly in creasing their yearly income. OI Hi 2 SHIKITIKV All marketable Stocks and Bonds will be received at tuelr highest current price in exchange for Nor thern Pacific Seven-Thirties. Exprtu charg es on Money or Bonds received, and on Seven-Thirties sent In return, will be paid by the Financial Agents. Full Information, maps, pamphlets, etc can be obtained on application at any asencv. or from the un dersigned. JAI lUUhE & tU. Philadelphia, New Yorx,-Washigtox, Flasaeial Agt's Hsrtkcra Pseie Ballraaa Co. ' J. Y. PAINTER, Banker, 1 General Agent for Northern Ohio. FOR SALE IX WARREN, BY FIRST SfA TIOXAL BANK. , TSUMBULL NATIONAL BASK. T. J. McLAIX t aoir. Bankers. fRUEHAX & BUNT, Banker. ASS is CAjtvixxn, bt VAN BY NINO CO Bankers. May 17. 1371-c o w-U , d .3 o o S-0 'd 43 a o u n op-; A 13 F, e 5 pS 63 6) 0 r-t O O 03 m TJ d OpQ ' C0d bn .bi-t E3 bo p 63 H'd &po 3 W 15 c3 C3 rrt t-t .o, ifsiS Z 43 Q.43 o P ci fert 2 d 3 Xo. 9 Sain SU, TXo. 20 Xarket H S. L. HUNT & SOff Have opened In their rooms oo Main and Market Streets, FOB Spring & Sumner Season, The largest and most oomplete assortment Boots and Shoes Ever brought Into this Auytalnj that MAN, WOIIAN OR CHILD would want, ean be had of the VERY BEST QUALITY, AND AT, SATISPACTOBY .PRaCE? S. 1. HOT 4 SOS. lKtVT. lyr. Dee. o CLEVELAND CHEMICAL PART COMPANY! MA2VTJFACTTJRER3 OF BRADLEY'S ENAMEL PAINTS. rpHESE PAINTS ARE MAMJFACTUED FROM PURE WHITK I LEAD, Zinc and Linseed Oil, and shaded with the best colors combined by a ehem cal process, thus forming a DURABLE, ECONOMICAL Which will retain its colors nd slass. and resist other palnU Two coat- of this paint makes aa good a body and covers aa well aa Ihre coat, of white lead and oil mixed inlhe common way. as the oil remains upon Uss sai iaoe, wun tue lead ana sine, Which adheres Urmly to the rarfaee, and neither Cracks, Peels, nor chalks ott Thry tK, DURABLE, ELASTIC, WATER. Will be furnished In White, Black or any color desired. HOYT A SPEAR, No. 5 V afn 8 Warren. Ohio, are Special Agents for the Cleveland Chemical Paints, and will furnish s (hade of this paint In any quantity. We have sold large quantities of the Clevelaa Chemical Paints In this city, and in different parts of this and Mahoning Counties, I gome instances four and Ave bills to the same person, and In every instance they have ex pressed themselves ENTIRELY SATISFIED And aay that they would recommend It to econwuiou jnuu. soiu. n e wu it oy uie gauon, aau in mnj quaouiy atsoireo. - IT REQUIRES NO MIXING, DRYER OR THINNING, ; All readr to din In vonr brash snd mrftrht ta on as or write us lor eutlmate of cost and sample card of colors. HOYT & SPEAR, No. 5, Main St., Warren, O. May 31, lgrj. D. W. CAMP, I. F. CAMP, EANDALL. & CO. MANUFACTURER'S OF F OUR, AiD ALL KLDS OF MILL FEED. CUSTOM WORK PROMPTLY A. TENDED TO Near A. & G. W. R. R. August 10, 1370-tt AND GLOSSY PAINT, the action of the weather longer thaa anv ana ail naraeneu into a perieci PROOF AND ECONOMICAL. WITH THE PAINT. those wishlne to paint, as the best and wmrr. f vcm mnt to Mini vnrnr hntiM tmlk BAMBAU. Depot, WARREN. O. Over Trumbull National Bank, warren, o. Nov. 23, lS70-lyr. PATENTS. oolicitors asd attorneys for U. $, AND FOREIGN PATEHTS. ND PATSNT Uw CASES. BDREUDGE & CO., ' 127 Ssperter SU, .pssslt Asierlcsa Hosie.Cleve. Uad, Okie. Wltb Associated Offices in Washington nml foreign eonntrles. Refer to Hon Win. Hi le ael, CuaoNicLEUrncc, Warren, Uiin is New Flour and Feed Store. Eush & Medbury TTAVE OPENED A STOKE IN Xl-IUs" MeCa-s Blark, M Ksla M. for the sale of FL0CR, FEED, SALT, LIME, &. Orders left at tb store, or at the MUls, near the Furnaea, wtU receive prompt attention. BIGUSST MARKET PRICE JAII roa ALL KINDS OF GRAIN, 49-Oooda Uellversd to all parts of the. ct FBSM tnsy S-ti , FRESCO DECORATIONS, FOR. rViKm and Halto. In Oslc. Walnut. Maple, sua all style of the anest Marbles. V&rhlshahle. Ithout slln. Kxamine ouC sly lea, at AIMlt.i UrH. Stors,